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Inês Ribeiro da Cunha, Jurgita Randakevičiūtė-Alpman, New types of marks available after the European Union Trade Mark Reform An Analysis in the light of the U.S. Trade mark law, 10 (2020) JIPITEC 375 para 1.

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